Optimist Club The BEST Youth Baseball in East Austin
5201 Berkman Dr, Austin, TX 78723
East Austin Optimist Youth League
Football ages 5-12 Phone: 803-2115
East Austin Youth Foundation (512) 374-4428
Greater East Austin Youth Association
baseball, football, basketball, soccer, cheerleading
PAWS: Panthers Action Work-Shop
EMHS: 1012 Arthur Stiles Rd, Austin, TX 78721
Supporting the Public Schools of our Eastside HS Vertical Team. And
Seeking Donors & Sponsors for our student teams & organizations. Thank
you! ~ Toni R.
Austin Ravens Youth Sports, Inc P.O. Box 140904, Austin, Tx
78714 Youth Flag and tackle football, Cheerleading Phone: 512-289-5314
800 Double Creek Drive, Round Rock, Texas 78664
Camp Doublecreek has been a fun, safe and family-oriented summer camp in Austin
for over 40 years for boys and girls ages 4-14.
Cantu-Pan Am Recreation Center 2100 East 3rd Street, Austin, TX
78702 Phone: 5124769193
Central Tennis Association
Non-profit tennis organization providing FREE and reduced lessons to juniors,
adults, and seniors in East Austin and surrounding communities. Social services,
educational scholarships, and community outreach programs also available.
Phone: 512-280-5800 www.cttatennis.org
Quest ATX 10815 FM
1625, Austin, TX 78747 512-298-9370 Quest ATX is Austin’s
first and only cable wakeboarding facility located in South East
Austin close to the Circuit of the Americas. It is set on over 100
acres of “Texas style” nature surrounding a private lake. The lake
is set up with a cable system designed to pull a wakeboarder, skier,
or kneeboarder – no boat necessary! Our goal is to turn this park
into a family friendly destination, as well a spot for major parties
and festivals. Hours: Tuesday - Sunday 1-dark 512-298-9370
4105 Medical Parkway, Austin, TX 78756
Imaginative and high-energy introduction to fundamental soccer skills for
children ages 3-8. Our 30-40 minute sessions once a week in area preschools and
parks offer a fun introduction to soccer as well as increased character
development, coordination, and self-esteem.
Titans Academic & Athletic Program PO Box 1624, Pflugerville, TX
78660 Phone: 512-799-7043
2100 Jesse E. Segovia St.
Fiesta Gardens features a large open-plan room of approximately 4000 square
feet, with a generous outdoor patio, fountain, and accommodating bandstand all
overlooking the quiet lagoon of Lady Bird Lake.
McKinney Roughs Day Park
Website Located just 13 miles east of Austin-Bergstrom
International Airport, McKinney Roughs is home to hundreds of plant
and animal species living within the rolling box canyons, wildflower
meadows and lazy river bends of the Texas Colorado River.
McKinney Roughs is a day use park where visitors can explore close
to18 miles of trails by foot or horseback (bring your own horse) or
take part in one of the park’s many community programs.
Special Event Facility Rental available
On the North Shore of Lady
Bird Lake: Holly Beach
A small 2.5-acre park between Longhorn Dam and Metz Park.
Popular for Hispanic celebrations, this sixty-acre park also has displays of
exotic flora and a lagoon. Fiesta Gardens also has a boat launch and lots of
open grassy space.
Congress Avenue Bridge
Built in 1910. A relief exhibit at the intersection of Congress Avenue and East
Cesar Chavez (north of the river, in the southwest corner) shows Austin as it
looked in 1889. It is displayed from the perspective as it would have appeared
had you been standing in the same spot in 1889.
On the South Shore of Lady Bird Lake: Longhorn Dam
Has scenic overlooks and picnic areas.
Thirty-five-acre undeveloped park east of the Kasuba property to Pleasant Valley
The Lady Bird Lake Hike
and Bike Trail, formerly the Town Lake Hike and Bike Trail, creates a
complete circuit around Lady Bird Lake. It is one of the oldest urban Texas hike
and bike paths. www.townlaketrail.org
Austin Disc Golf Courses:
East Austin is known for The Traditional
Sports Baseball , Basketball , Golf and Football but it is Home to
some of the Best Disk Golf Courses in Texas. So the next time you
visit East Austin discover something new East Austin Disk Golf !!
Disc golf is a disc game in which individual players throw a flying
disc into a basket or at a target. According to the Professional Disc
Golf Association, "The object of the game is to traverse a course from
beginning to end in the fewest number of throws of the disc.""", PDGA.
Discover the Great Sport of Disk Golf in East Austin
Disc golf is a disc game in which individual players throw a flying disc
at a target. According to the Professional Disc Golf Association, "The
object of the game is to traverse a course from beginning to end in the
fewest number of throws of the disc." Of the more than 3000 established
Disc Golf Courses as of 2010, approximately 87% are free. The number of
Disc Golf Courses more than doubled in 8 years from 2000 to 2008. The game
is played in about 40 countries around the world.
The early history of Disc Golf is closely tied to the history of the
recreational flying disc (especially as popularized by the trademarked
Frisbee) and may have been invented in the early 1900s. Modern disc golf
started in the early 1960s, when it seems to have been invented in many
places and by many people independently. Students at Rice University in
Houston, Texas, for example, held tournaments with trees as targets as
early as 1964, and in the early 1960s players in Pendleton King Park in
Augusta, Georgia would toss Frisbees in 50-gallon barrel trash cans
designated as targets.
Three of the best-known figures in the sport are George Sappenfield, who
privately called the game "Basket Frisbee", "Steady Ed" Headrick who
introduced the first formal disc golf target with chains and a basket, and
Dave Dunipace who invented the modern golf disc. In 1975, Headrick formed
the first disc golf association, the PDGA, which now officiates the
standard rules of play for the sport. The sport has grown at a rate of
12-15 percent annually for more than the past decade, with nearly 3,000
courses in the US and more than 3,000 globally. The game is now played in
more than 40 countries worldwide, primarily in North America, Central and
Western Europe, Japan, New Zealand and Australia.
Bartholomew Park - 19 Hole - Par 57
Bart is one of the more challenging and diverse courses in Austin. There
are a lot of out of bounds and elevation changes throughout the course,
along with some long holes. Hole 16 is a 600 foot par 3 that has a 90
degree turn in it and a barbed wire fence that is OB. A few uphill shots
are made especially difficult when conditions are windy, and they often
MetCenter - 18 Holes - Par 63
Met Center is a fun course, it's very long and challenging with alot off
trees to shoot through. The back 9 has a creek next to it thatcomes into
play on most holes. Make sure you give yourself alot of time to play it
took 3 of us a little over 2 hours to play 18 holes.